Posted in Parental Alienation & Narcissistic Personality Disorder

Why Don’t People Know They Have a Problem

Another reason for this apparent lack of distress is that for some people, it may simply be too painful, overwhelming, or embarrassing to admit to themselves, and to others, that they are at least partially responsible for some of the problems they experience. So instead, they retreat to a position of thinking the problems they experience are everyone else’s fault. This is perhaps a more comfortable, less painful position to adopt, but not a particularly helpful one.



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